Hotel Palais de Chaillot
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the Arc which is in the middle of a very busy round about. It's interesting to consider the position of the Arc in history. From here we walked the length of Des Champs Élysées passing many restaurants, shops and impressive historic buildings. There was obviously a Citroen rally being held because there were dozens of them driving down the Champs with horns blaring. Upon reaching the end of the Champs, we found the beautifully maintained Citroens parked for ...
... was a remarkable sight. There wasn't enough time to squeeze in another sight before heading back to Ethel, so we made our way there. The lines had subsided - slightly. The wait still would've been at least a couple of hours. So, sadly, we bid our favourite monument farewell, with me glancing over my shoulder every 20 steps or so. I really hope it's not for the last time. We walked past the hotel and stopped for a late lunch/early dinner ...
... to the park – is this a Dr Who episode? Ok this is getting serious – we have been walking now for one and a half hours and we are still at the park. Greg has been very patient with this navigational exercise, but has taken over navigation. I suppose it might be that the map is tiny and we have old eyes. Greg takes a careful look at map and looks, looks, looks for the route. I commit the egregious sin of turning on global roaming maps on my ...
... on and it was Paris Fashion Week. All the security was for Kim Kardashian and other celebrities. After we had passed by, Kim K. was getting out of her car, when some loony tried to tackle her. Security prevented the tackle and Kim K. escaped unharmed.
Soon after this I realised I had left my glasses case (with my ordinary glasses in it), sitting on a park bench about a kilometre from where ...
... that episode I need to reestablish it), and it was actually pretty funny! After that ultimate ripoff, we arrived at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, and lined up to go up it. Surprisingly, the queue to go up wasn't as bad as we were expecting, and we decided to go up the corner that didn't have a lift - we thought climbing the Eiffel Tower by the stairs would be pretty cool. We started climbing, and were soon at the first level, a few hundred steps up. It was pretty amazing to ...